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. >> stephanie: good morning jacki schechner. >> good morning. >> stephanie: we're fine. nobody help us. all right. all of jim's emails are broken so stop trying to email him. >> yeah, well what am i supposed to do that's a big part of my time is emailing love notes to jim. >> stephanie: you sent me a story about a guy who hacked into somebody's email account and convinced people to take their clothes off. would you do that jacki? >> yeah there was a nigerian friend who asked me to do that. >> stephanie: i just automatically go, oh jim, stop emailing me, how many times are you going to ask. >> you know he can't see you through the computer right? >> stephanie: if you have a little camera. >> yes, with your permission. it's former senator's chuck hagel's turn on capitol hill today as he faces his confirmation hearing to be the next secretary of defense. expect the toughest questions to come from his own party. he had made some marks and decisions in the past which have lead to concerns including he couldn't support sanctions against iran. there are 55 demes in the senate,
making his or her next move. courtney reagan on where the retail sector is. jackie deangeles on winners and losers as we approach the record highs but we start with kayla. >> line us up. >> i lined you up like bowling pins. >> thank you, tyler. a different down in 2007 before aig, city and general motors after the crisis. but still soaring highs. dow is down roughly 270 points or so, shy of touching that 14,164 point record high from that year. still high flyers in the dow in today's move-up. johnson&johnson trading in level answers neither company seen since their ipos in the 1940s. proctor and gamble and home depot hitting multiyear highs. look the a the index from then until now, exactly half the dow is in the green. home depot another big winner again. up against any dow component. mcdonald's and ibm also up. bank of america, alcoa and bank of america the worst in the last five years. the truth is, that was at end of a five-year bull market where as this rally still has some momentum in stock valuation and earnings growth to go up from here. in fact with morning on squawk box. it wo
are closing. jackie deangelis is there for us. good afternoon. >> reporter: good afternoon to you. gold prices looking to snap a four-day losing streak, around the 1660 mark. supporting today's gains, durable goods figures, also hopes in the likelihood the fed will keep its easy money going. rbc adding thousands of contracts of 1700 strike puts were in the money, we saw short covering this morning, realigning of portfolios. you also have a weaker dollar today. that particularly is supportive of gold prices chbl the rest of the metals we're seeing strength in copper, manufacturing data out of china and also growth out of china as well. but traders are cautious as they are waiting for this fed meeting to take place. also adding to the caution is some of the mixed economic reports we got today, also friday's jobs report. meantime there is also the issue of how well the metals markets are supplied. it appears a consensus is that there is supply and demand balance right now. we could stay range bound for a while. back to you, sue. >> thanks, jackie. to the bond market. rick santelli tracking at the
with more, eleanor roosevelt, jacqui kennedy -- jackie kennedy. those are the woman's -- women whose stories to a close enough to connect with. many of the women in the higher floors, on the state floor, they seem like characters from a wonderful story because it was such a long time ago. it is history. you read about it in books. to be in their presence seems little bit disconnecting. the first lady's on the ground floor, the ones i remember, i remember there are real stories. i can picture their lives. in this incredible way that makes me think about their challenges and struggles and how they used the space. >> the first ladies, their private and public lives. c-span is teaming up with the white house historical association. "first ladies: influence and image." this begins on president's day, at 9:00 p.m. eastern and pacific on c-span. >> just before question time and wednesday, british prime minister david cameron delivered a speech outlining his government's position on britain's role in the eu. he pledged to hold a referendum on britain's future in the eshoo if conservatives win the ne
light but let's get through more. jackie d'angelis digging through that release and instant reaction from compass. what did you think of the report? >> i'm very pleased with at&t's report. revenues are out which is show me why they are a bit light on the -- >> just to reiterate what you've said. it was penny less in terms of the eps, but on revenues we were slightly higher and that's been positive for the stock, but also looking at the guidance that at&t gave. they are saying for the 2013 eps, they are looking for the upper single digits or higher than that and looking for revenue growth exoceting 2% and a lot of investors concerned about ifoents given apple's report. activated 6.8 billion ifoepts in the first quarter, versus 4.7. >> looking at the higherless -- the number coming out at 1.19%. a little worse than expected, and the company saying they are expecting completion of its 300 million share repurchase as early as -- it's up charginged, closed down a benny. we'll be listening to the call to try to get more. >> hear anything there that makes you like it more or less? >> this i
, jackie. in the last 30 minutes, bright horizons family solutions surged on the big board debut at the nyse. bfam is the ticker. currently trading, up $6.25. joining us on a first cnbc interview, david lissy. good morning. congratulations. >> good morning, simon. good to be here. >> you had a two-week road show. how difficult a sale was this to people? >> we're pleased with where we are. we come back to investors that did well with the company over many years. wee rekindled those relationships. obviously the mission we do is critical. but to have the story so well received once again in the markets has been gratifying. >> how has the story changed since you went private? what did bain do to you in the four, five years that you now re-emerge as a different company? >> i think we've worked with bain for a long time. they put the initial venture money into the company 26 years ago. we went private with the same people who supported our growth. we emerged having grown at a top line and earnings in every single year. i think there's nothing that tests the resilience of a business mod
.m. eastern time. up next, though, we have a closer look at some winners and losers in this rally. jackie deangelis has a preview. jackie. >> good morning, guys. it's been a good run for stocks. the dow up 6% this month. as earnings season kicking into high gear i'm going to walk you through some of last week's biggest winners and losers and see if that momentum can continue. stay with us. >>> welcome back, everybody. dow futures down by about 12 points. we've been watching shares of caterpillar this morning because it just came out with earnings. caterpillar came in with earnings that were 1.04 was the number, 87 was a charge that was included on this. analysts were looking for 1.69. what's really important is that this company talks about their outlook for 2013. they they see somewhere between $7 and $9 in earnings a share. street today, 54. obviously that's a very wide range and the company is making some comments about that. they say that wide range for the 2013 outlook reflects the level of uncertainty that they see in the world today. doug oberhelman is the chairman and ceo. he says th
. jackie de anless is watching today. >> hey. it's been fueled by good increase and tolerance of risk from investors. last week saw some impressive milestones. the s&p crossing 1500 for the first time since 2007. it's above that mark right now. if it ekes out a again today, it will be -- on for the best january performance since 1994. for the month the dow is roughly 6% higher. it could see its best january since 1989 when it gained 8%. also the dow transports reaching a new 52-week high. the 13th consecutive day. and also don't forget the nasdaq on friday closed more than 12%. that wasn't its all time high but still quite significant. even as apple lost ground, it hit a milestone. it relinquished its most valuable company interest to exxon on saturday. all eyes will watch between the two. back to you. >> thank you so much. >>> so if you believe nothing rose to the sky is the market voice for a pullback, we thought we'd talk to a couple of people who can read what's happening in realtime as good as anyone. >> jared greco has been on the floor for 12 years. he says while there is some talk
other, two head coaches will face each other and the story's become so big, carol, their parents, jackie and john, will be holding their own press conference tomorrow and john and jim will be holding their own press conference together on friday. so it is certainly a family affair here in new orleans and a topic a lot of people want to know a lot about. we're wondering where are jackie and jack going to sit during the super bowl, we'll find that out as well as many things about the harbaughs later on. >> if they sit there with the other fans, the cameras will be on them all the time and they have to keep their faces impassive. that would be so hard. joe carter, thanks so much. >>> a ravens superfan has won a trip to the super bowl thanks to this performance. >> ahhh! >> no, no! >> even the dog was confused. keith letorneau went absolutely crazy after the ravens beat denver in the playoffs, his wife, rachel, caught his hysterics on camera phone and posted it on youtube. the video went viral leading to representatives from a credit card company visiting the letorneau home. >> two hats for
roosevelt, jackie kennedy, those are the women whose stories feel close enough to connect with. many of the women in the higher floors, on the state flora, -- floor, they seem like characters from a wonderful story. it was such a long time ago. it is history and you read about it in books. to be in their presence seems a little disconnected. the first ladies on the ground floor floor are the ones that i remember. i remember their real stories and i can picture their lives. in an incredible way that makes me think about their challenges and struggles and how they use the space. >> the first ladies, their private and public lives. c-span is teaming up with the white house is oracle situation -- association white house the store association. the season one president they at 9:00 p.m. pacific. >> now, a discussion about the 2012 campaign and the challenges facing conservatives. this forms part of a conference hosted by the national review institute, and advocacy group founded by william s buckley junior. this is about an hour and 20 minutes. >> can i use this microphone? hi. [applause]i
. >> yes. >> he's 32. it's also jackie robinson. >> how old is he? >> 32. >> wow. >> jackie robinson is also on google, he was born in 1919. died unfortunately. really, way too young at 53. other birthdays today, nolan ryan, 66. dick gephardt was on the show, 72. he looks about 52. and apparently johnny rotten is not dead. and he is 57 today. which is -- that's a shocker. i think it was sid vicious. so johnny rotten and justin timberlake and then god bless her, carol channing is 92. we'll be right back. ♪ [ construction sounds ] ♪ [ watch ticking ] [ engine revs ] come in. ♪ got the coffee. that was fast. we're outta here. ♪ [ engine revs ] ♪ i don't have to leave my desk and get up and go to the post office anymore. [ male announcer ] with stamps.com you can print real u.s. postage for all your letters and packages. i have exactly the amount of postage i need, the instant i need it. can you print only stamps? no... first class. priority mail. certified. international. and the mail man picks it up. i don't leave the shop anymore. [ male announcer ] get a 4 week trial plus $
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